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Starfish Jewelry Trunk Show 08.20.2010 (Pearl St. Mall, Boulder, CO)

Posted on 24. Aug, 2010 by shanerich in Blog Posts





Starfish
1136 Pearl Street
Boulder, Colorado, 80302

303.443.2331
http://starfishboulder.com

Quick stop at Grand Teton + Yellowstone

Posted on 11. Aug, 2010 by shanerich in Blog Posts



Rocky Mountain Children’s Law Center – First Friday event

Posted on 05. Jun, 2010 by shanerich in Blog, Blog Posts

Rocky Mountain Children’s Law Center and MCG (Market Creation Group) had a special celebration during First Friday on June 4th. MCG is located in the Santa Fe Art District which opens its doors for First Friday Art Walk, every first Friday of the month.

MCG hosted family-friendly festivities including an ice-cream social, face painting, magic, drinks, healthy snacks, including Clif Kid Twisted Fruit, and an art auction with 50% of art sales going to the children served by the Rocky Mountain Children’s Law Center.

MCG is also hoping to encourage attendees to register on-site for the upcoming Denver Century – 22-mile Family Ride which follows the Platte River Greenway Trail from Invesco Field to Littleton. 10 registrations earn the Children’s Law Center a free registration to give to a foster family! Register & help a foster family ride for free!

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Suzan Bond & Co. offers strategic remedy for the growing pains of any business

Posted on 02. Jun, 2010 by shanerich in Blog Posts

Organic. Adventurous. Complex. Performance-oriented. Those are just a few words that describe Suzan Bond and the work she does as an organizational strategist and executive coach. Suzan focuses on companies that are in the growth phase of business. Kinda like the “teenage years”, as she describes it, where things can get really confusing, messy and there’s lots of change. Suzan Bond & Co. delivers real results along the way–not just a 500 pound page report on your desk at the end of the engagement.

The goal of her work? Bring clarity to chaos. Highly intuitive and based on years of business experience, Suzan Bond & Co. helps companies successfully transition from the startup phase through the growth phase to a more scalable, sustainable business. Her style? Direct. Customized. Iterative. Fun. Results-oriented.

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North Boulder Water Main Break (9th Street between Locust and Union Ave.)

Posted on 17. May, 2010 by shanerich in Blog Posts



I was doing some client work for Mock Realty in North Boulder today when I noticed in the distance, somewhere around Foothills Park, a huge surge of water erupting straight up over the trees. At first I thought it was a fountain, but then quickly nixed that idea as I realized the water source was too large. I then thought it was part of an event or demonstration in the park. Nonetheless, curiosity got the best of me as I wrapped up what I was working on and hurriedly drove towards the mammoth spray.

Heading south on Broadway I turned right onto Locust and as I approached 9th Street I saw a few people gathered and the street taped off. I parked, grabbed the camera, and snapped a few frames of what turned out to be a water main break. It ripped a huge hole in the asphalt and the pressure shot the water well above the tree line. Pretty cool thing to stumble upon and witness but I feel for the folks without water in the area.

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The Knight Kids pose for perfect Father’s Day gift

Posted on 16. May, 2010 by shanerich in Blog Posts


Shelly Knight and kids book a day for photos and Prints as a gift for the best stay-at-home Dad in the world for Father’s Day. I met Shelly and the kids at Foothills Community Park in Boulder, CO for the shoot.

We decided to go for more of a candid and natural approach and capture the kids as they were playing. With a couple quick posed shots thrown in, here are some frames from the shoot.

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Trailsnet.com compounds information on a network of trails for everyone

Posted on 05. May, 2010 by shanerich in Blog Posts

I had the pleasure to shoot Kevin Purdy on his mountain bike with a beautiful day in and around some trails in Louisville/Boulder, CO as material for his website.

Trailsnet.com is a website dedicated to gathering all the useful information and locations of trails for everyone. RecTrails, including Rail-Trails and Multi-use Trails, are good for your health, good for the environment, and good for all ages and abilities. They are usually easily accessed and often handicapped accessible. In other words, they are the perfect trails for nearly everyone.

The site provides information on a wide assortment of trails all over the country including mountain bike trails, recumbent bike trails, rail-trails, hiking trails, horseback riding trails, snowshoe trails, & cross-country ski trails. New trails, information, and photographs are being added frequently. When you’re looking for the next venture to share with the family, reference the websites free information to help plan your route.

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Experience Life magazine and Gwen Bell: the ZineTour wrap-up

Posted on 04. May, 2010 by shanerich in Blog Posts

Gwen Bell is on the cover of the May issue of Experience Life magazine and they did a magazine tour to get the word out — both about the magazine and about the power of social media to spread great ideas in innovative ways.

The 5 stop tour included local Denver/Boulder spots including Delight, Atlas Purveyors, Boulder Bookstore, Gwen Bell’s Peart St. office, and The Bitter Bar.

It was a great success and following are some photos I captured to document the events.

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Social girl Gwen Bell hosts 5 stop ZineTour with Experience Life magazine

Posted on 29. Apr, 2010 by shanerich in Blog Posts

Gwen Bell, the greatest little social web practitioner around, graces the cover of the May issue of Experience Life magazine. Beyond the cover story, Bell teamed up with, editor in chief, Pilar Gerasimo and developed a 5 stop Zine Tour. The campaign aims to accomplish a few different things through getting the word out about the magazine (which already has a reach of over 2 million), to demonstrate how the power of social media can spread great ideas, and to highlight some of the best local businesses along the way in the Denver/Boulder area.

The first stop on the tour kicks off tonight at 6pm at Delight.com warehouse – 1111 S Bannock St, Denver, CO and I hear rumors that a Cupcake Truck is going to roll up at some point and deliver some goods.

Bell approaches her social media trainings and lessons as what she describes as ‘laptop yoga’. Technology has brought an influx of information and client relations for businesses to sort through and a plethora of devices and portals to help them remain connected to it. She’s able to enlighten clients on the latest social tools, how to best utilize each, and also how to step away to live a healthy, balanced life.

Experience Life is a publication that’s dedicated to healthy living and this month’s feature of Bell makes perfect sense in showing us how to navigate through this overwhelming tech boom without burning out.

I’m honored to have the opportunity to cover and document Gwen and the tour. I met with Gwen yesterday at her Pearl Street Mall practice for some fun promo photos. She had the idea to interpret the balance of technology and her yoga practices. We setup two yoga mats on Pearl to capture each, her and the laptop, working out together and pulling back from the hustle to clear the mind and re-energize. Check out more photos after the jump. The laptop performs a perfect Downward Facing Dog don’t you think?

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Which Way To Run – Time Lapse movie

Posted on 28. Apr, 2010 by shanerich in Blog Posts

This is my 2nd attempt at Time Lapse. There’s two parts. The first part was taken on Interstate 36 heading into Boulder, CO with the flatirons in the background. You’ll notice some prairie dogs running around in the foreground and you can see some of the buildings of Boulder in the distance in the middle right portion of the video.

The second part was taken in South Boulder on Highway 93 overlooking a cattle ranch with the flatirons in the background as well. Watch out for the little tractor that pulls out, messes around, and heads back to the house.

Comments and feedback welcomed.

Music: The Head Changers – Which Way To Run – “Live Joints” Vol. 1

These guys are long time friends and one of the best jambands on the scene. Check em out and support them by snagging their “Live Joints” Vol. 1 release which includes this song in its entirety.

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